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CIE Monthly Networking Event
UMass Dartmouth CIE is initiating a monthly networking event where entrepreneurs all get together, and learn about each other’s businesses, issues, wins, challenges, discoveries, etc. The SouthCoast region has such a talented group of entrepreneurs, and we definitely can all learn from one another. Possible topics include: How to get a grant? How to find a first customers? How to find good advisors? This event will meet on the last Thursday of the month at 4PM. If you have any question, please contact Robbie Watkins at 508-999-8056  or rwatkins@umassd.edu

When: Apr 25, 2019 4pm in Fall River, MA

Red Molly

$32 Advance | $35 Day of Show
Doors open at 7pm. Marc Douglas Berardo starts the show at 8pm!

“A blend of serious harmonizing chops and slick pop savvy.” -Time Out NY
"[Red Molly has] cut a niche as sunnyside Americana ... immaculate vocal harmonies.” -The Guardian

Red Molly combines the forces of three songwriters with unique character and style, creating a show that is larger than the sum of its parts. Known for their 3-part harmony, their songs and arrangements lay bare a love of vocal blend. The band weaves together threads of American music—from country & blues to folk & bluegrass. Their innovative instrumentation is suited for roots-rock and heartful ballads alike, and the alchemy of their personalities onstage draws even back row listeners into a sense of intimacy. Red Molly is simply a joy to experience.

Singing spine-tingling high notes, Abbie Gardner is a dobro player and improviser from a musical family. A consummate performer, her songs and performance have the punch of rhythm and blues. Playing guitar and tambourine, Laurie MacAllister draws inspiration from classic folk and singer-songwriters. Her voice stretches octaves, warm and romantic one moment, playful and subversive the next. Molly Venter has a smoky voice that is unforgettable, and a moody approach to song-smithing. Quirky and fashion-forward, she moves in step to the music while playing guitar and tambourine.

Forming in 2004, Red Molly has inspired countless female trios and has since reinvented themselves as a high-octane five-piece band in 2017. They remain a dominant force on the Americana/Folk scene due in part to their laughter and spontaneity onstage. Upright bassist Craig Akin and percussionist and electric guitarist Eben Pariser fill out the sound, giving the show a broad range of musical options—from complex and hard-hitting to sparse and delicate.

About the opener, Marc Douglas Berardo:

Marc Douglas Berardo is the kind of hard working, fast moving, adventure seeking, keen observer who lives for the story and the song. In what amounts to song length works of fiction, Berardo’s sharply drawn, award winning song portraits cast a net on unusual and beguiling characters and places. With a painter’s eye for detail, and music firmly rooted in the great American sound, Berardo sings about circus retirees, expatriates in Florida rum bars, union iron workers, old poets, aimless New York City debutantes, near death car crashes, hard nosed fishermen and of course, the changes that experience brings to everyone. He does this “simply and well” with what Rambles Cultural Magazine calls: “careful images and great tunes.” 

“I try to write about people and situations that interest and entertain me. Subjects and places that I feel a connection with and that are unique in a quiet way. Real people and places caught in the moment, almost like a documentary film or a novel. At the same time, I need the music itself to take me somewhere…to make me feel something. The words have to sing and the music has to work. The kind of song that does those things is my idea of a good time.” 



When: Apr 26, 2019 8pm in Fall River, MA

“The Tango” Opening Night Exhibit & Reception

Creative Arts Network, Inc., C.A.N. will kick-off ArtWeek with an open night exhibition & reception of works by Marina Katayeva.  “The Tango” is an exuberant exhibition of works that are inspired by the dance, a partner dance that originated in the 1880’s along the River Plate, the natural border between Argentina and Uruguay, and soon spread to the rest of the world.  Marina will do a short presentation about her works and what inspired her designs, as well a short Tango dance where the public can join in!

 



When: Apr 27, 2019 12am in Fall River, MA

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About Fall River, MA
The city of Fall River was founded in 1803 as a town and then incorporated in 1854 as a city. Fall River is located in Bristol County about 50 miles from Boston. The city's name originated from a Native American name "Quequchan" which means falling water.

To bring tourism to its full potential in Fall River there are many places of interest. In the city you will find the U.S.S Memorial, Fall River Heritage State Park, and the Old Colony and Fall River Rail Road Museum.

During the Halloween season Fall River also has numerous haunted attractions including the Factory of Terror or the Asylum of Horror. The Lizzie Borden Museum is also a bed and breakfast where you will learn the story of the murder mystery that was never solved. Stay if you dare!!